Mobility for All competition enters second phase with nine semifinalist teams from across Wayne State University
Wayne State and Amesite partner to provide online professional certification mobility courses aimed at workforce training
Wayne State engineering students find internships despite COVID-19 and its impact on industry
Wayne State and American University of Kurdistan establish 2+2 joint engineering degree programs
Wayne State MTRAC-funded project uses computer-assisted technology to mitigate surgical bleeding
College of Engineering invites future innovators to Summer Virtual Academy
WSU College of Engineering rolling out four new degree programs
Electrical engineering faculty member awarded by EurAAP for excellence in electromagnetics
College of Engineering to welcome new Hall of Fame members for 2020
Median salaries for recent Wayne State engineering graduates in four departments rank among highest in U.S.
Wayne State engineering students working with Therapeutics to battle opioid epidemic
Wayne State University’s MTRAC Innovation Hub for Advanced Computing awards $250,000
Engineering students receive 2019-20 UROP funding
WINCAS and ECE host Automotive SerDes Alliance meeting at Wayne State
New displays in College of Engineering labs draw connections between engineering and art
TRACE offers HIIT athletes comfortable and accurate heart rate monitoring
Electrical engineering professor among Academy of Scholars inductees
Hitting the ground running: How internships give Wayne State engineering students the edge
Michigan Mobility Institute and Wayne State University announce development of advanced mobility curriculum
Fifth annual Design Day spotlights record number of engineering student innovations
College of Engineering invites future innovators to annual Summer Academy
STEAM Challenge winners announced
WSU College of Engineering Fulbright scholars aim for progress
Wayne State professor honored with UNESCO Medal for renowned influence on nanoscience
Managing microplastic pollution: WSU research team secures $929k in funding for science-based mitigation initiative